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Lady Gaga recording on tourbus
Lady Gaga is recording her new album on her tourbus.
The 'Telephone' singer has a mini studio included as part of her convoy - which is presently travelling across the world in her The Monster Ball tour - and according to rapper and producer Akon she has already recorded some "crazy" tracks for her third album.
Akon told Vibe magazine: "She records while she's on the road. I'm flying out to Europe to work on some new records with her.
"Gaga's just like me. She has a tour bus with a studio in it. Some of the songs I've heard are going to be crazy. She's getting bigger and better."
'Sexy Chick' singer Akon signed Gaga to his Kon Live Distribution label in 2008, and said he finds working with the singer-songwriter particularly easy because she is so focused.
Akon added: "All I'm doing at the end of the day is listening to the tracks Gaga has written and approving them for her album. She has producers that she works with outside of myself and they are coming up with some incredible records.
"But the beauty of it is she knows exactly what she wants. So it just makes it easier for me."
Gaga, 24, has previously said she has been writing new songs on the road, and found Liverpool in England - the town where The Beatles came from - to be particularly inspiring.
She wrote on a fan site: "I've already written the first single for the new album and I promise you, that this album is the greatest of my career. It is the anthem for our generation.
"I wrote it for you because of you, when I was in Liverpool, I wrote the greatest music I've ever written."
Lady Gaga is currently on a break after appearing in Japan, and will resume her The Monster Ball tour on May 7 in Sweden.Posted on 20 Apr 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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